iOS Ready UX SDK

Introduction

Here you can find instructions on how to integrate and use FriendlyScore Connect for iOS.

To get started quickly with FriendlyScore Connect for iOS, clone the GitHub repository and run the example. You will need to sign-up for the free API keys through our Developer Console.

Requirements

  1. Xcode 10 or greater
  2. iOS 12.0 or greater
  3. FriendlyScore Client Id

Quickstart Demo App

Clone and run the demo project from our GitHub repository.

Installation

FriendlyScore Connect is a framework distributed using CocoaPods dependency manager. If you are not familiar with this concept, please follow detailed instructions here.

To integrate, add FriendlyScoreConnect to your Podfile

1 pod 'FriendlyScoreConnect', '~> 1.0.10'

Then run following command in your project main directory:

1 pod install

CocoaPods will install and embed all sources and dependencies into your app.

App Delegate

Start with importing FriendlyScoreCore and FriendlyScoreConnect framework in your App Delegate:

1 2 import FriendlyScoreCore import FriendlyScoreConnect

Then configure Connect in application:didFinishLaunchingWithOptions:

1 2 3 4 5 func application(_ application: UIApplication, didFinishLaunchingWithOptions launchOptions: [UIApplication.LaunchOptionsKey: Any]?) -> Bool { // Override point for customisation after application launch. FriendlyScore.configureConnect() return true }

In order to handle redirection properly, add line below to application(_:open:options:) function:

1 2 3 4 func application(_ app: UIApplication, open url: URL, options: [UIApplicationOpenURLOptionsKey: Any] = [:]) -> Bool { FriendlyScore.handleQueryParameters(for: url) return true }

Adding URL Types

Go to the Redirects section of the FriendlyScore developer console and provide your Bundle Identifier.

You will also need your Client Id for the specific environment (SANDBOX, PRODUCTION).

Navigate to your app target, create new URL Types object and add your bundle identifier to Identifier and URL Schemes field, as below:

UI

Start by importing FriendlyScoreCore:

1 import FriendlyScoreCore

You can select which environment you want to use the FriendlyScore SDK and select the Client Id for that environment

EnvironmentDescription
sandboxUse this environment to test your integration
productionUse this environment when deploying the live application

Create the ClientId object

1 let myClientId = ClientId(stringLiteral: "YOUR_CLIENT_ID")

Create the Credentials object using userReference, which is any alphanumeric string that identifies the customer in your systems.

1 let myCredentials = Credentials(clientId: myClientId, userReference: "YOUR_USER_REFERENCE", environment: .sandbox)

Now, using the myCredentials object, you can present the FriendlyScore SDK anywhere in your code. Usually this can be done after the user's demand, e.g. tapping a button:

1 2 3 4 5 6 //somewhere in view controller let button = UIButton(frame: CGRect(x: 0, y: 0, width: 130, height: 45)) button.setTitle("Launch FriendyScore!", for: .normal) button.addTarget(self, action: #selector(buttonTapHandler), for: .touchUpInside) self.view.addSubview(button)

Customization

Theme

FriendlyScoreConnect can be presented with a light (default) or dark theme, which are predefined list of colors and icons.

To use custom colors for the categories, you must override the color keys in your application. Custom theme examples is included in the custom_theme.json. The color keys and descriptions are in the Colors section.

1 2 3 4 /* Optional - Built-in themes = .light, .dark, .custom(themePath: String). Default theme is .light */ let connectTheme: ConnectTheme = .light

Other

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 /* Optional - Set a flag whether to display only the back button on the screen with the list of banks. Default is true */ let showOnlyBackButtonIcon: Bool = true /* Optional - The label to show on the back button on the view with the list of banks to direct users back to your app. Default label is "Back". Ad */ let backButtonLabel: String = "Back"

Initiate FriendlyScore View with the options above

1 2 3 @objc func buttonTapHandler(button:UIButton) { FriendlyScore.show(with: credentials, theme: .light, showOnlyBackButtonIcon: showOnlyBackButtonIcon, backButtonLabel: backButtonLabel) }

Colors

Colors across views

Color KeyDescription
connectBackgroundColorBackground color for all views in the SDK
connectDividerColorDivider color for all view in the SDK
connectCancelButtonColorBackground color for Cancel, Disconnect Buttons
connectNextButtonColorBackground color for Next, Confirm Button
connectButtonTextColorText color for Buttons
connectBankDetailMarkerColorColor for the marker on the detail view for a connected bank
connectNavigationButtonBackgroundColorBackground color for navigation button in the toolbar
connectNavigationBackButtonItemsColor of the back button for the navigation button
connectToolbarIconsColorColor for the search icon in the toolbar
connectToolbarTextColorColor for the search field cursor
connectToolbarSearchTextColorColor for the search text query
connectToolbarSearchCursorColorColor for the search field cursor

Colors for View: List of Banks

Color KeyDescription
connectBankItemBackgroundColorBackground color for bank item in the list of banks
connectBankItemTextColorText color for bank item in the list of banks
connectBankItemDisabledTextColorText color for bank item if its disabled or not available in the list of banks
connectBankItemBorderColorBorder color for the bank item in the list of banks
connectedBankItemConnectedStatusColorColor of the connected status icon for the bank item in the list of banks
connectBankItemUnavailableStatusColorColor of the unavailable status icon for the bank item in the list of banks

Colors for View: Filter

Color KeyDescription
connectFilterHeaderDisabledColorColor for the filter header background color
connectFilterPageTitleColorColor for the filter header text color
connectFilterPageSubTitleColorColor for the filter item text color

Events

If you need to know when the user returns from the FriendlyScore Flow you must handle events

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 FriendlyScore.eventsHandler = { event in switch event { case .userClosedView: print("SDK view closed by user.") case .userCompletedFlow: print("Friendly Score user completed flow.") } }

Events Definition

StateDefinitions
userClosedViewPresent if the customer Closed the FriendlyScore Flow.
userCompletedFlowPresent if the customer Completed the FriendlyScore flow.

Errors

If you need to know when the user returns from the FriendlyScore Flow you must handle errors

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 FriendlyScore.errorHandler = { error in switch error { case .userReferenceAuth: print("There was an authentication error for the supplied `userReference`") case .server: //unabled to get config print("There was a critical error on the server. SDK view closed automatically") case .serviceDenied: //wrong client id, access endpoint unpaid print("The service you are trying to connect is denied. Reason: \(error.description). SDK view closed automatically") } }

Error Definition

ErrorDefinitions
userReferenceAuthErrorPresent if there was an authentication error for the supplied userReference.
serviceDeniedPresent if service was denied. Please check the description for more information.
incompleteConfigurationPresent if the configuration on the server is incomplete. Please check the description for more information.
serverErrorPresent if there was a critical error on the server.

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